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Phil Jones warns Manchester City that Manchester United are not out of the title race yet

Phil Jones looks dejected upon hearing the news Man City have pipped Man United to the title in 2012 Tuesday, January 16, 2018 Phil Jones has warned Manchester City they can still be caught, like Manchester United were six years ago. Jones was part of the side who relinquished the 2011/12 title in the last minute thanks to Sergio Aguero’s historic goal. And with City sitting 12 points clear this season, Jones has advised the Citizens to not start celebrating too early – especially after their first defeat of the…

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Phil Neville a candidate for England women head coach role

Former Manchester United and England full-back Phil Neville is a contender to take over as England women’s boss. Mo Marley has been in temporary charge since Mark Sampson was sacked following evidence of “inappropriate behaviour” in a previous role in September. But Neville, who has previously coached with Manchester United, Valencia and England Under-21s, would represent a surprise appointment. England are ranked third in the world, with the 2019 World Cup due in France. The Football Association (FA) had planned to appoint a new head coach by the end of…

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Nuno Espirito Santo and Phil Parkinson charged by the FA

The rival managers came together just before half-time at Molineux Wednesday, November 29, 2017 Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo and Phil Parkinson of Bolton have both been charged by the Football Association following their touchline clash during last Saturday’s Championship match. The rival managers came together just before half-time at Molineux following a challenge by David Wheater on Diogo Jota. Both men were sent to the stands and must now answer a FA charge. An FA Twitter post read: “Wolves’ Nuno Espirito Santo and Bolton’s Phil Parkinson have both been…

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Jose Mourinho unhappy with England’s treatment of injured Phil Jones

Jose Mourinho has hit out at England’s treatment of Phil Jones during the international break. The Manchester United defender reported for Three Lions duty with an existing thigh problem, which he and the club have been managing for a number of weeks, and was selected to start against Germany last Friday. He lasted just 25 minutes at Wembley, forced off after feeling discomfort in his left thigh, which had already been heavily strapped before kick-off. The 25-year-old duly returned to his club and United boss Mourinho offered an animated view…

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Jose Mourinho hits out at England boss Gareth Southgate's treatment of Manchester United defender Phil Jones

Thursday, November 16, 2017 Jose Mourinho has criticised England for playing Phil Jones against Germany. The 25-year-old Manchester United defender suffered an injury in Friday’s international friendly that Mourinho says will sideline him for the Premier League game against Newcastle. Jones had been struggling with a thigh problem before the international break but joined an injury-hit England squad. Tottenham trio Harry Kane, Harry Winks and Dele Alli, Manchester City duo Raheem Sterling and Fabian Delph and Chelsea midfielder Danny Drinkwater were among those who were unavailable for England’s friendlies with…

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Why Unsworth would be 'perfect match' for Everton job – Phil Neville

I would love to see David Unsworth get the Everton job on a permanent basis and it riles me when I see him described as not having enough experience. Unsworth has done the hard yards as a coach and has done a fantastic job with the Everton Under-23 side, where he has done everything that was asked of him. He won the Premier League 2 title with them last season and has also produced a lot of the young players that are now playing for the Everton first team. The…

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Manchester United BOOST! Phil Jones set to return for Tottenham clash, reveals boss Jose Mourinho

Manchester United are set to be boosted by the return of Phil Jones for Tottenham’s Premier League visit on Saturday. Jones limped off during last weekend’s shock 2-1 defeat at Huddersfield last weekend when the game was goalless. The England defender was not expected to travel to the Carabao Cup tie at Swansea on Tuesday night, but in the event he was an unused substitute as Jesse Lingard’s first United brace secured a comfortable 2-0 victory. MATCH REPORT – Swansea 0-2 Manchester United: Red Devils through to Carabao Cup quarter-finals…

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